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December 24, 2014
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Woodland Weavers and Spinners Guild

Lucy Tyler demonstrates a tahkli spindle, used to spin fine fibers such as silk and alpaca.

Over the years, programs have covered a wide variety of topics, like dyeing fibers, knitting handspun socks and repairing antique spinning wheels. Many more are on the horizon as the WWSG continues to educate others. “We have this knowledge,” said Burnham. “We may as well share it.”

Visit woodlandweaversandspinnersguildofdamascus.wordpress.com/ for more information or email damascusguild@gmail.com. Burnham can be reached at 607/498-4614 for information on the Weaving Study Group. Contact Nerenberg at 570/857-0984 for more on the Spinning Study Group.